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tonoaBUiuí, dec'kmííííí, u, im. V, ff. Vv.j AM I ffPi fluid íílll Mrs, MifiiitiUÍ4 vlsílliis with her brother M. W, Mi'iJinlli, iiiés Edmt 1 1 tU hM liirt hp i' hoüM in I'j-fhííiki to J. W. iliwiltitoü. W. It. Small hiiel Umt laid tip the ihtmt üf til lint Wt: wiUl til fuíh billable grip. 11. 0. Jitmlíd wa tu the tlly Monday fii route tu Luí AhíípIpj tu víftlt hti fitatlnureitsltig fMülly, l'lim Altv.rt hud 140,009 flro Ifitt Wk Which oltantd tit) ttióst- Of tH bualna (üii'Uim of tU twu. íluyn . ivonu wat veiy alek with the (rip and died from tht effect of It about eight o'dorjlt thl morning. Mrs. A. N. Simpson and lir childreü urrlvcd fcam Willed Tuesday night fcrtd will Lereifior uiake Loiilslmrtf Ml'tiiu.l Will nidb lfH1. W...1 i.iui.la u YnlHg to elt the lltU (tllfM tíMl day In wltleli tu sgjiure themselves wlta KaflU Cllauio. . , IV 1. ílart left Monday night fur the llvtr etiaveuUna and tutcnd to visit La Vega, Albuiiueriiua and. Silver Olty before he retrurui. CulUn Stela left for Silver City on "Wednesday night to appear before the cuuuty clerk with hi wltiiinsee and prove up on hit homottend. Tbe advertisement of Nolau & ' Urown uemtple u prominent puiilon on the ft nt. page during tho holiday aun, Tbo Ljkeiuj, Is informed that their atore are the bota place In Oram county to purchase holiday good. Nearly all coldo are slight at flrit, but Uselr tendency la to u lower the eytUm that the aufforer become, a ready victim to any prevalent dísono. Tho ue of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, tu the beginning of cold, would guard galnaithn danger. íár. I). S. Huberts having recovered from her recent slcfcncs sufficiently to travel, ahe left with her husband yssterdat for Calif.rola. They In tend to stay there uaiil they have both eutlrely reoovered their health The Libkral hopea that will out be a very loug (tiuie. The wy the fiauta Fe- railroad company l aiding to build un Silver City w ahowo yesterday at this station, when the delegates to the to 1 Past. They round that from all other polote on the Santa Fe. and from points on tho Southern Pacific railroad, round trip tickets were be lag sold to the Confer, tion f iroae fare, but from Silver City they would have to pay a fare aud a third. A compet ing road luto Silver City Ua ueceMity right no w. Sbo tsrwl. At the last meeting ef the county commiaaiunera S. B. Newcoiub was paid2250 aa a retainer fee to prose' culf Jae ez-oCQcials of the county who are under indictment; the asseimcDt of the Carlisle company was reduced from eso.000 to $&.000; C. C. Shoema ker ouade bis final repurt a3 treasurer, which was accepted, W. Berg waa ap pointed treasurer aud gave bonds In the sum of $32,500 with M. W. Kcff, A . Wolcott, Jo.- E. Sheridan, Jas. A Lockbart, H. L. Pickett and Chas. H Dane aa sureties. ' Mr. Berg receipted to Mr. Shoemaker for $11,444.08 conn ty money. A bit of romacc got mixed ia with the telegrapher's strike. Mrs. Jennie Carrol was the operator at Esmoud She Is a widow -with two dependan children. She wr.s engaged to be mar ried to an operator Darned A. I?. Pep pen, who had been at work at Ben on. When tha boys coucluded to trike they told Mrs. Carrol to con . ti V I UV UCI TTUJ A, liUC.I UlU ' want her to take the risk of Joining the strike. Mr. Tepnen signed the nereement to strike and the next day, went to work again. In tbo ezpresnlve lao2uaire of the laborlnz man be 'scabbed." When Mrs. Carrol heard of the action of bcr betrothed she tacked tiD the encasement ring his photo, bis preenU and bis letters She then sent him a telegram saying tbat all bis belongings would be In tensón on the first freight train, that all was over between them, that If be could not be a man she wonld and eh was going out with the boys, ; natur ally tbls rather broke up the scub an bo boarded the first west bound freight train with the intention of go ing to Enmoiid to try aud square him tilt. When the conductor found him tiward tbo train without r pan be 'told him be would have to get off the Art nUtp. It ao happened that tfc finí stop was at Mecal ldli Ila$ wbera there In no ofllce. reppen coi la rid 1 f farther, be could not rid, ba'ilt with th helper aiiglno that waa fuere and no bad to walk to DeD wm, oiii eluht rolle. What tvar l la Peppen may have In regard to the inuxithn of the pth of true love be ' certain that the ruad ef Vh ififtb, like that to Jor1n, 1 a nilgbty burd one to travel. 1 l . '" " V ..y The strike tif t hs tolr8iihM mefi' tiulfiOii Iwst wepk'a tifllicf l ftill Lust TiiiiiiiiiiV AitdiU.'f fit.throp fid cliaffit' Of tliil (jiIU-h hre. iufimj Uie diiy Un ma liivltod t'4 k-av town iitl let HiOleldúCaplicMUlnl the rit" road lioiiitihy light It out. Tho vur- ail I'cstHuriiiiU Were ill lympaUiy with the strihnrs sod refusud to fed him. Ill th hftoffiooil he got notice that $ Si'iib Wa Coinlhg to rnllr hliu nd hrttiraoo fully ri'ilcvd, taklnt; the west bound tmlu In ncirdi of orne thing toettt. Ills lubütítuté did Dot anoear that Ighthut wai 011 hand tho next mot-n- iig, He H n yutitiir fellow named Moure who hrot boiiinl himxelf body iul huul to the Southern l'Meino coin any, h kilned tho ühnokloüs afll.Uv- It and the appearance ara that he would ilgti any thing to hold a Job. Tin boys made life a burden to hliu fid he looks U4 though he had been through a severs alekness. turday 4 wa jultiíd hy a eoupla of operatori, one named poison, who bus beau working at Hereon, aud another named ltui;hci. Tho restaurant keeper have declared a boycott against than) and they aro eating at tha Uoard!r, car of the curpenttr out fit which It located hero for tha pres tí t.- ' . Tha railroad company triad to end tho train orders by tho Western Union wire but the opcratori la 1 'uso refused to receive the messages. Hie Western. Unlou superintendent wanted the nuuieg of tho operator who refuted so as to blacklist thetu and eleven of tho nneratora in the Western Union ofllce in that town walked out. The chlof telegrapher of tho Telegrapher' Brotherhood ha ar rived to 1 l'uo to luvoatlgato the (Ituallon, aud tbo Indication are that he will uphold the ttrlko aud mako tbo retention of tho El Pano operator an isxue with the Wctteru Union company. Superlnleudsnt Fllmors tells the reporters of tho S.n Francisco paper that tho strike U of no conseauenco and that he has already filled the p'acosof the striking operators with competent nieu and that all the trains of the company aro moving smooth! y and on lime. The day he told tola to the reportera a train of steamer freight, '.the rapid transit of which the compaoy considera of more lui port, ice toan it does of . passenger trains, laid at Lordsburg from eleven o'clock..ln the morning till the pas seuger train came by, twelve hours law '. acd then followed it out as the second lection, ail because the opera tor here could uot get a train order for the crew to go with It. This doe not look inucn like trains movlúg smoothly and on time. Ail the operators on the Atlantic & Pacific have gone out ou a strike with grievance similar to that of the operators on the Southern Pacific. Whatever the result of the Gght may be it is certain that'.the operators have the syuipathy of the people liv ing along the lino of the road and they all hope that the boys will win. Wednesday night a new complica tion came into the strike question Just as the eat bound train came in Robert Illack, who is in no way con nected with the telegraphers nor the railroad company, went over to the depot and iuformed the scab operators that they would have to leave town on the fir tit train. lie enforced hi order with a ei shooter. The opera tors telegraphed to Tucaou telling the state of affairs, and it is supposed received orders to vacate. At all event they took the train for the west, whiih had been held here by the dispatcher nearly au hour. This 'act is universally condemned by the best citizens in town and the LiBEur.Lbas yet to bear any person commend it. Last Sunday night a west bound freight train was within about four miles of town when the engloe bit cow. me cow was knocked oil the track but staggered back and caught the first car back of the tender. The near wheel of tho car were thrown off the track and ten other cars fol lowed It before the train was stopped Luckily no one was hurt. The train was under the charge of Conductor George Kicn ana the engine was operated by Jas. Harnett. An alarm waa Immediately sent to Lordsburg Luckily for the road the new opera tor bad Just got tbo wlras to workln and the division superintendent's of See wa notified of tho wreck and be rore oayiignt mo wrecking train waa at work on It. The aat bound pa enger train was held here until after eleven o'clock aud the west bound got here a little after noon. Tho car wero loaded with general merchandise and the mud was strewed with all sort of stuff ranging froiuambulance wheel to soap, Tho old cow would not have brought much money at the stock yard but he proved to be a high pricedo no to tha railroad com pany. Pr. Wood went up to lhincaa Monday, having received notlca that his wlfo and son were alckr Ho re turned ytrdny, having cured thorn and about dution othonoftha grip. Last Friday night tlir wn one of His formally Informal hótm at tha 'i'lüiiíiof lfouKe. ÍSliver City, which ar go much enjoyed by thoia who have ihfiaguivd jucg to attend. Amof the daiii'tti'H were a couple of Lords. burgers who hud it good time. One t the Lordsburger wai skating aero tha Hour in a giddy wait, when bo t'ipled i.iiicihliiíí which Lad been ropped by one of tho fair dancer. Ly a ijukk move he managed to cap ture the vagrant article. After the waltz was over ho announced to the ladle that he hud found something which one of them hnd dropped, but held It concealed In hi hand so they could notice what It w, Several of them claimed to hare loitvarlou ar ticle but nona of them answered the description, not even thatof thayoung lady who whispered inhl ear that the wa thort a yellow garter. At last ho said! "1 will show you what I have found, and then let tho owner claim it," 11a opened hi hand discloilng a piece of chewing gum, and In all that assemblage of fair ludio there wa not one who who would ciatm It a Uer own. W. B. Uutharfurd of Morencl, one of tho owner of the new bonanza mine receutly opened In Gold Oulcb, bad a little disagreement with one of hi partner and the matter was loft to the festivo i shooter and ltuthcr ford gota bullet In tho muscle of tho bdemen. The wound la uot a dan- gerouh one and amicable relation aro (aid to have been resumed between tho partner. Tho grip has had a pretty good run in Lordsburg this leason although there havo leen but few who were completely knocked out by It. Tho drugstore got to making up cough medicino by the gallon. I). Gough, the aupcrintendent of tho Copper King company, at Clifton, returned from bl eastern trip latt Monday and was glad to get back luto the lund of sunihlns. Miss SuhIo, the sister et ITorace B. Stevens, who la lying at tho latter' re sidence with typhoid fever, is re ported improving. 1 Paso Herald. Tho dancer of tho town are making extensive preparations for tho mas querade, and from prewnt appear anees it will be a great success. Asa preventive and cure for croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no rhal. It lain fact tho only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take. There is not tho least danger !n giving it to children, as it contains no Injuri ous substance. For sale 50 cents per bottle at the Eagle drug store. A Bad Cold If not speedily relieved, may lead to serious Issues. Where there Is difficulty ol breath ing, expectoration, or soreness of the throat and bronchial tubes, with a constantly Irri tating cough, the Tery best remedy Is Ayer's Cherry rectoral. It removos tha phlegm, Soothes Irritation, stops coughing, and In duces repose. As an emergency medicine, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral should bo la every household. "There Is nothing better for conghs than Ayor's Chorry l'octoral. I uso no other preparation." Anulo a. Butler, ICS Pond sLa Providence, It. I. "I suflored severely from bronohltis; tut was CURED BY Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It saved tny life." (ioo. B. Hunter, (loose Elver, N. 8. "About a yoar ago I took the worst cold that ever a man had, followed b a terrible cough. The be3t medical aid was of do avaU. At last I began to spit blood, when It was supposed to be all over with mo. Every remedy failed, till a neighbor recom mended Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took bait a teaapoonful of this medicine, three times a day, regularly, and very soon began to Improve. My cough left me, my sleep was undisturbed, try appetite re turned, my emaciated limbs gained flesh and StrengUi and, to-day, thanks to the Pectoral, I aa a well man." 1L A. Beau, 8 'Winter St., Lawrence, Mass. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral VBCTABBD by Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Loweü, Mass. Sold by all SratgUU. Prloe 1; six bottles, 06. You can find st the Little House Corner East of the Owaby House All sorts of Candles. Froth Fruits. Tobaooos and Cigars the Beat. junl3 J. P. A, K. Owirar, XTOTICB FOR PUnUCATTOH.-lANT) OF- Jll flooatI.s Crunea, New liuxioo, Nov. II, luKl. Notice Is hereby given that the followtnir named tottlor lint nlad noti e of hli inlnntloi) to make tlnnl proof In tupxrt of his clnltii, aud that said proof will be made before Prohalo clerk or Id his nb"oee Probate JuHe al P1IVOT l liy, n, un imiooiudci- v, lf-vi, vlsi Hollín H.Bpmid. of Supur, H. M., who ninne Hii, kbii-v nu, mw tor me b mo IS. Tp3 H, ilun(e iti W; and lots 1 aud teol. TpWHrrur' U W. Ha uitinua the rollnwing witnaos to prove hlsooniliuious I'ealdfiiii'oiipeii.audaultivuilon of, urtid litnd. vli W. H l)oaldon, of SUv.-r ( liy. N. M., sod (poeago noriuiraox. u. V. loago Hornliroik. 0. V, W, . AUon, allot Gold Bill, N, Hohmldla and J, km. Any Traon who desires to protest Srnlnst the nlinwanee of such proof, or who knows of any sulntaiioul roaam, iienwr the law and tue rryittont of tha inutilor J.ioporiiuunr wuy aunh prouf should not he allownd, will t)t tfivi n i.i nppoi i unity st tke above incn. Vmned tun ami plac tn ( etxmiue Ui winir.Mii ef said tilnlnanU od te offor ei d nr in rebiHial it that tiihiiiltui hrtnni ialuisiit aai-tm. P, s ' tii a. Í'1H iusettiea K Of , II tri." ''' H. If, Hamilton, of Kndmlfif, Nw York, arrived In town lint Thtirdy flight to i-uka tt portion with the Pyramid Silver Mining ompany. Whctt be got off the train he was taken for a scab telwuplieri but ftoon do ctored hliudoif and put 'himself at rights wltti the world. A man wlto Lai practiced medicine for 40 year, ought to know aalt frota tugar, read what no tayx: Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887. Mesr. F, J. Cheney & Co. Oantle- meni I havo been in tho general practico of medicino for most 40 year, and would say that in all my practice and experience have never teen a preparation that 1 could prescribe with aa much confidence of aucces a can Hall' Catarrh Cure, manu factured by you. Have . preacrlbed It a great many timet and Ita affect I wonderful, and would y la conclu Ion that I bavo yet to find a cate of Catarrh that It wonld not cure, If they would take It according to .direction, Your Truly, L. L. Goiiftucn, M, D. Offlco, 225 Summit St. Wa will give 1100 for any cate of Catarrh tbat can not bo cured with Hull' Catarrh Cure. Taken inter nally. i J. Cimsar. k Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 15. 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DaUy and weekly newspapers and otkerperl odloals on tie, s Fos full parti onlajt eail ea Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON AJBIZONA BANK EXCHANGE, ooo wtxh, uqoo) in a a as. Owner First and Bhakepeare streets. Lordsburg . Mew Merle NOTTCR FOR PTJBIJCATION LAND OF fioe. at Laa Cruot a. New Merlon, Nov. 4, lwt. Notice la homliv given that tke fol lowing named settler kaa tiled eotioo of kit totenlina to mAke ftn.il proo tn support of bis claim, and that wild iirof will be mad tfore Prowat oloikorlo his abeoaoe pro hut judge at Stiver City, New klcxioo, on tittcemher 1KH, Tisi Cullen Bteln, of Lordubnrg, New Moxlcn, who has made I), 8. Ko. tXT tor the HHUKaviNRUBlikiBBk h B tt Peo II. Tp SO ft 1 vVoat. He iiKino the following wlmetfuee to prove hie oonunuous rvwUau iiim, and oiilllva tion of said land, visi Frank avDirt, C.i Bnkor, J. R. Bievnnann aud J. Whltiuver, allof Ciranteounijr, Now Mexico. 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